The Armory in Downtown Minneapolis to Host X Games Music Concerts

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The Armory in Downtown Minneapolis to Host X Games Music Concerts

Full Competition Schedule Now Available at 

X Games Minneapolis 2018 will host the three days of musical performances inside downtown Minneapolis’ iconic venue, The Armory, just outside U.S. Bank Stadium July 20 – 22. In order to create a new immersive experience for X Games music fans, the GEICO Music Stage at The Armory will bring the concerts to a newly renovated indoor venue for the first time at X Games. X Games Minneapolis features musical performances from Kaskade on Friday, Brother Ali and Ice Cube on Saturday, and Zedd on Sunday.

Photo: Courtesy of The Armory/Tyler Allix


One of the most versatile and modular venues in the U.S., The Armory hosts live concerts, comedy shows, MMA, boxing, basketball, events and much more. Originally built in 1935 for use by the National Guard, The Armory’s construction preserves the historical integrity of the past – once home to the Minneapolis Lakers basketball home games.

Additionally, the full competition schedule for X Games Minneapolis 2018 is now available at

Tickets will start at $20 for general admission and $50 for three-day passes. Multi-day admission, several levels of hospitality, suites and travel packages are also available for purchase. For an up-close and personal experience, limited floor access will be made available, offering guests the opportunity to get as close to the action as the athletes without actually competing. Tickets are available now at

Additional information on all X Games Minneapolis 2018 events will be forthcoming on for fans or on for media only.


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Media Contacts:

Danny Chi, ESPN Communications, 213-405-4400, [email protected]

Grace Coryell, ESPN Communications, 213-405-4402, [email protected]

Olivia Wilson, ESPN Communications, 213-405-4145, [email protected]


Grace Coryell

Based out of the LAPC in Los Angeles, Calif., Grace Coryell is manager of communications focusing on X Games and West Coast PR. A native Angelino, Coryell attended the University of Southern California and began working at ESPN in 2008.
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